About Princeton Tec EOS LED Headlamp - 70 Lumens
2nds. Princeton Tec's EOS headlamp provides durable, weather-resistant, lightweight and multi-functional lighting with a MaxBright LED light that has three brightness levels as well as a blinking mode.
Specs about Princeton Tec EOS LED Headlamp - 70 Lumens
- Type: Headlamp
- Illumination type: LED
- Light output: 70 lumens
- Run time (High): 113 hours
- Run time (Low): 212 hours
- Max distance: 197'
- Light modes: High, medium, low and flash
- Batteries: 3 AAA
- Batteries included: Yes
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 2x2-1/4x1-1/2"
- Weight: 3.7 oz.
- Material: Composite, elastic head band
- Made in United States of America (of domestic and imported components)
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Sgs508 from Seattle on Thursday, October 20, 2016Good quality. Bulkier than many other models but easy to use.
Reviewed by Samples from colorado on Friday, September 2, 2016It's a good little unit that is powerful enough for typical camping or night walking duties and seems to have long battery life. Only problem is that the mount broke on the light body where it pivots. Likely broke in my pack. The lamp has been on less than 15 trips, so was expecting it to hold up better than it has.
Would buy it again if I was only using it to walk around the neighborhood.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bill from Maryland on Saturday, April 2, 2016Nice and bright, only issue is the strobe function that happens before you can turn it off is a little startling, even when you know it's next.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Yellowdaylily from NH on Friday, February 19, 2016Our first headlamp gave out so I ordered this one. So glad I did. The light options are great with the brightest light allowing us to shine it into the woods on a night walk and see what just made that sound! The band that goes around the head is stronger feeling and easier to adjusts. The only thing missing is the red light that the other one had.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mill Valley Mum from Mill Valley CA on Sunday, January 4, 2015I love this sturdy lamp. It's my go to, for sure. The three different settings of steady light are quite different, making them all useful.
These are the three reasons why I gave it a 4 instead of 5: 1. It's a bit heavier than the other Princetons I have. 2. It burns batteries quickly on high..you can tell when the batteries are waning because the most powerful setting starts to dim and then all three are about the same brightness as the lowest setting after a while and 3. I love the vertical mechanism for focusing the beam up or down during reading or other close jobs. It's not a sturdy design on that part of the lamp. Mine eventually broke right off. Naturally, STP was great about sending me a new one because it was under six months (so STP gets 5 out of 5).
Question & Answer
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“Is this the 105 lumens Eos”
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“Does this also take lithium batteries?”
Hi Piano Lady - I believe the lamp takes only regular batteries, but I'm not 100% sure. I love the headlamp - I use it for camping and reading to my son at bedtime.
“On the black band/orange housing light, is red light an option? How does it work?”
There is no red light. 3 brightness settings and one flashing. I used this light a ton this summer for trail running, camping, and hunting. Loved it, especially for the price.
the head band light is controlled in a handy area in the front. You can make it flash or be steady. The red light is also controlled there.
we camped out on the desert for 10 days and this light was the best. Night on the desert without facilities, well, I say no more.
“Does the olive/red headlamp put out only red light or does it have a an interchangeable lens cover that makes it red and can be removed for white light?”
Yes, the olive/red headlamp does have an interchangeable lens cover.